Alamance Community College
Public University|Community College
About Our College
In 1957 the North Carolina General Assembly distributed funds to create a statewide system of vocational schools for industrial training. In 1959 they officially designated industrial education centers. Burlington-Alamance County Industrial Education Center was established in 1958 as the first of school, and one of the first community colleges in the state. It opened with 1,700 students and offering 15 programs.